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Volunteer can’t access campus building

Louise Bark hasn’t been able to return to her volunteer position at CFRC since April because the radio station’s office in the basement of Carruthers Hall isn’t wheelchair accessible.Continue...

AMS committee lacks clear purpose

An AMS committee focusing on mental health hasn’t made a move since its inception in April.Continue...

Survey for sexual orientation and gender identity

All Queen’s employees are now able to identify their sexual preference and gender identity on an equity census.Continue...

Surplus expected for the first time since 2007

If high sales continue, Common Ground will beat its budget and come in at a $2,000 surplus by the end of the year.Continue...

Rector election policy revised

When students elect a rector this month, the AMS and the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) will use separate ballots for the first time.Continue...

Student vote matters

An estimated 1,400 people voted in the on-campus advanced polls between Sept. 21 and 23 this year, the first year that advanced polls have been available on campus during a provincial election.Continue...

Leniency to vote

On Oct. 6 students can ask for academic leniency in order to vote in the Ontario provincial election for Kingston and the Islands.Continue...

OPIRG and Levana to remain in Grey House

After a month of uncertainty about their future club space, the Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) and the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre have been told by the AMS that they can remain in the Grey House for the next year.Continue...

Letters to the editor

Queer McGill responds to Grey House issue.Continue...

Grey House groups re-ratify with AMS

OPIRG and Levana Gender Advocacy Centre re-ratify as AMS clubs.Continue...

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